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It has been a busy 24 hours with major stories breaking from Super League and the NRL.
Here is a round-up of everything that has happened…
NRL round up
It’s been revealed that the Cowboys’ Scott Drinkwater rejected the Dolphins to sign a multi-year deal, according to Fox Sports.
That publication has also revealed that Cronulla Sharks star Ronaldo Mulitalo is set to sign a two-year contract.
Souths will sign up four players including Isaiah Tass and Izaac Thompson.
Canberra Raiders could be set for some major exits in the 2022 off-season with Josh Hodgson (Parramatta Eels), Charnze Nicoll-Klokstad (New Zealand Warriors), Adam Elliot (Newcastle Knights), Ryan Sutton (Canterbury Bulldogs) and Harry Rushton (Huddersfield Giants) already having their new clubs locked in. Elijah Thompson and Adrian Trevilyan are still yet to sign.
Brisbane Broncos look destined to part ways with both Jake Turpin and Tyson Gamble.
The future of Canterbury Bulldogs’ interim boss Mick Potter has been revealed with the former Bradford and St Helens head coach set to stay at Belmore under Cameron Ciraldo.
Houles and Gigot future
Sylvain Houles will remain head coach of Toulouse Olympique, according to League Express.
Much has been made of Tony Gigot’s future too, but he may remain at the club.
Leeds Rhinos star Zak Hardaker has spoken out about a ‘frustrating’ aspect of the weekend.
Hardaker also revealed what it was like to beat former side Castleford Tigers. Read more here.
Hull FC have identified a new signing for 2023, according to Hull Live.
That man is Warrington Wolves forward Ellis Longstaff who has been at the club on loan for the past few months.
Hull FC head coach Brett Hodgson has labelled his side’s loss to Hull KR as ‘disgusting’.
He spoke to the Yorkshire Post about his aims for 2023 after such a poor year.
Watson wants this Grand Final
Huddersfield Giants boss Ian Watson has revealed the two sides he wants to see in the Super League Grand Final.
Watson’s Huddersfield will go up against former side Salford Red Devils this weekend. Read more here.
Gale’s next club
Luke Gale has left Hull FC after just one season at the MKM Stadium.
Serious About Rugby League has revealed his potential next destination. Read more here.
Hull FC major signing?
Hull FC have the cap and quota space to make a major signing following Luke Gale and Will Smith’s departure.
Serious About Rugby League has outlined Brett Hodgson’s desires. Read more here.
Agent wants shock Leeds inclusion and new structure
Harrison has also seemingly revealed the next Super League structure – and it’s a groundbreaking one. Read more here.
Pryce and Pearce-Paul wanted early
Huddersfield Giants star Will Pryce and Wigan Warriors man Kai Pearce-Paul are wanted for early moves.
The duo have reportedly signed major deals. Read more here.
Warrington forward rejects offer
Warrington Wolves head coach Daryl Powell has revealed that a forward rejected an offer to sign on at the Halliwell Jones Stadium.
The Cheshire club is currently in a state of rebuild following a high number of departures. Read more here.
Ex-Hull man’s shock exit
A former Hull FC man has made a shock exit from his current club after the news was revealed on social media.
It will come as a shock after two years at the club, with offers waiting for him. Read more here.
Burgess to SL?
Is Sam Burgess heading for a sensational Super League coaching job? Read more here.
Takairangi on police arrest
Hull KR star Brad Takairangi will be leaving the East Yorkshire club after a number of years at Craven Park.
He spoke to Serious About Rugby League about his police arrest and court case as well as Tony Smith. Read more here.
Former Huddersfield Giants star Dom Young’s club has been revealed for 2023.
Young has been the subject of interest from a number of clubs after a stellar few years with the Newcastle Knights. Read more here.
‘Pure hatred’ in SL
Hull FC head coach Brett Hodgson has spoken about the ‘pure hatred’ in Super League on the Hull website.
Hodgson’s Hull, of course, bowed out of 2022 with a dismal loss to Hull KR. Read more here.
Warrington Wolves boss Daryl Powell has found a new halfback following the injury to Stefan Ratchford.
Warrington enjoyed success in their last Super League game over Salford Red Devils. Read more here.
Wire man’s booming business
A former Warrington Wolves forward is currently enjoying a booming business venture.
That has left him with a £1.2 million investment in an incredible move. Read more here.
Sammut’s SL offer
Former Wigan Warriors, Bradford Bulls and Wakefield Trinity halfback Jarrod Sammut has revealed a Super League offer.
He told Serious About Rugby League about his future. Read more here.
Bradford sign ex-Cas man
Bradford Bulls have signed a former Castleford Tigers man as they look to rebuild for 2023.
The Bulls have endured a difficult year in 2022 after failing to qualify for the play-offs. Read more here.
Saints players in the NRL
St Helens head coach Kristian Woolf has revealed which of his Saints players would make it in the NRL.
Woolf himself will be heading to the Dolphins at the end of 2022. Read more here.
Lowest budget in SL
Huddersfield Giants head coach Ian Watson has revealed which Super League side has the lowest budget in the league.
Much has been said over the disparity in Super League spending and there has been a great debate about raising the salary cap. Read more here.
Three in for Croft
Three clubs are said to be in for Salford Red Devils star Brodie Croft after lighting up Super League in 2022.
Hastings an ‘option’ in stunning transfer
The Australian has revealed that ex-Wigan Warriors and Salford Red Devils halfback is an ‘option’ for a stunning transfer.
Hastings has only just returned to the NRL after almost four years in Super League. Read more here.
Warrington and King
It’s also been revealed that Warrington won the race ahead of five clubs. Read more here.
‘One of the best’ Hull FC signings ever
Hull FC have signed ‘one of the best’ in their history, according to a leading rugby league agent.
Hull boss Brett Hodgson is determined to rebuild his side for 2023. Read more here.